Connect with us

Regulation

Regulation D Resources, ‘RDR’, to offer Guidance through Security Token Offering Prep Services

mm

Updated

 on

Regulation D Resources, 'RDR', to offer Guidance through Security Token Offering Prep Services

Regulation D Resources to offer STO Prep Services

Regulation D Resources, or ‘RDR’, has just announced their intent to begin offering a variety of services tailored towards digital security offerings. More specifically, they have stated that they intend to provide a variety of services that will aid in, not only the preparation of an STO, but the execution as well. Below are a few of those services, as described in their press release.

  • Private Placement Memorandum preparation
  • SEC and State Filing preparation and filing support
  • Providing assistance in the development of the Token capitalization structure
  • Setting the investment terms associated the Tokens
  • Providing assistance in understanding the parameters needed for the Smart Contract
  • Providing access to, and assistance working with, RDR’s third party managed partner platform for the execution of the token launch onto the blockchain

To branch into digital securities is not a stretch for RDR. With an extensive history of dealing with traditional Regulation D exemptions, RDR simply needs to adapt their experience to a new medium. In other words, they are able to ‘hit the ground running’.

Commentary

In their press release, Regulation D Resources’, Douglas Ruark, commented on the development.

He stated,

“Utilizing the Regulation D exemption is the most straightforward path to execute a Securities Token Offering and remain in compliance with Federal and State securities rules.” Ruark continued, “Based on our current fee structure, a Regulation D Resources client can have the STO offering prepared, PPM documents developed, and the tokens launched onto the blockchain for approximately $10,000 which is a significant reduction in the fees typically associated with an STO.”

Competition

With the rapidly growing interest in the digital securities sector, Regulation D Resources find themselves among a competitive group of companies. These companies are both geographically and functionally diverse. While not all of the following companies represent comprehensive, end-to-end platforms, each is a direct competitor Regulation D Resources.

These are but only a few that could populate this list. The point being – Regulation D Resources have their work cut out for them.

Regulation D Resources

RDR is not a young fledgling in this burgeoning industry. The company has been in operation for 20 years now, with steady growth and expansion of services being seen since.

RDR maintains headquarters in Lakewood, Colorado. From here, RDR has established themselves as a trustworthy, and constant, presence in the eyes of both the public and the SEC.

In Other News

As previously stated, RDR has competition. To learn more about a few of these platforms looking to compete, check out the articles below.

Harbor Platform Goes Live

Securrency – Interview with a CEO

NeuFund – Interview with a CEO

Issuance – Interview with a CEO

Spread the love

Joshua Stoner is a multi-faceted working professional. He has a great interest in the revolutionary 'blockchain' technology. In addition to this, he is a licenced Paramedic in Nova Scotia, Canada. As such, he can provide emergency care/medicine to any situation necessitating it.

Advertiser Disclosure: Securities.io is committed to rigorous editorial standards to provide our readers with accurate reviews and ratings. We may receive compensation when you click on links to products we reviewed.

ESMA: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Investment advice disclaimer: The information contained on this website is provided for educational purposes, and does not constitute investment advice.

Trading Risk Disclaimer: There is a very high degree of risk involved in trading securities. Trading in any type of financial product including forex, CFDs, stocks, and cryptocurrencies.

This risk is higher with Cryptocurrencies due to markets being decentralized and non-regulated. You should be aware that you may lose a significant portion of your portfolio.

Securities.io is not a registered broker, analyst, or investment advisor.